The impossibility to generate a child can represent paraa woman a condition of a species of ' ' luto' ' ; this can be devrias orders, being more common the physics and the psychic ones. Generally they deordem, them physical seem coated of a legitimated value, while, them psychic aspects, time for another one queenvolvem are questioned. In the case of the man, this question is placed in the sphere of not being able to transmit its inheritance genetic. Perhaps this is one of the causes that they propitiate in some cases, a dificuldademaior on the part of the man in defining itself for the adoption. Therefore, the infertility permeada for a subtle distinct situation between the emasculinos feminine feelings (DUCATTI, 2004). BRUNNER et al (1998) enumerate five factors, consideradosbsicos in the infertility, being that four of them exclusively correspond to mulher and a specific one to the man: Fator Ovariano: it does not have a regular ovulao and umendomtrio adequate progestacional.
Fator Tubrio: uterine or tubrias anomalies, isto, in the pelvic tubes or other structures. cervical Fator: the penetration of spermatozoon does not occur the changes apropriadaspara. uterine Fator: occurrence of fibrides, polyps congenital emalformaes. seminal Fator: it says respect to the number deespermatozides (density), percentage of mobile forms, quality domovimento for front (progression) and morphology. In the historical and antropolgicos studies, commenor frequency, references to the masculine infertility are found, what it suggests one visde that the reproductive problems of the couple, way-of-rule, correspond smulheres, producing pejorativas and humilhantes metaphors and symbologies, mainly in the patriarcais societies. Therefore, although the old interest of the Psicologiapela maternity, more specifically for the effect of the relation mother-child infantile nodesenvolvimento, the studies on the infertility alone had started to aganhar visibility in the decade of 50. Perhaps because realna did not have interest woman-mother and yes in the mother-instrument, the service of the son (TRINDADE and ENUMO, 2002).